Environment and Agriculture
Environment and Agriculture at Curtin seeks to address the important issues facing our planet across the terrestrial and marine landscapes in the areas of biodiversity, climate change and the sustainability of food production.
Our courses are supported by research-led teaching and delivered by academics with industry experience and the dedication to creating a better world. Within our main areas of research we have significant government collaborations and strong industry links and we create an impact both at a regional, national and international levels.
- Environmental consultant
- Environmental scientist
- Marine Biologist
- Mine site rehabilitation consultant
Agribusiness Scholarships available for 2017
Curtin’s Department of Environment and Agriculture is calling for future students to apply for one of 15 scholarships worth $3000 each for studying first year Bachelor of Agribusiness in 2017.
Of the 15 scholarships, 12 will be offered to students with ATAR levels of 80 and above, while the remaining three will be awarded to students who do not have an ATAR, but have graduated with the appropriate preparation from any Western Australian agriculture college.
The application deadline is 16 December.
Video: Building 304 - Centre for Crop & Disease Management
Building 304 provides custom research facilities dedicated to the Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM). Curtin University’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry acknowledged the importance of this building to the future of science within Western Australia, and the agricultural industry in particular.
Environmental Studies: A Global Perspective
Learn the fundamentals of environmental studies as you explore global and local communities and determine solutions to environmental challenges.
Watch the Environmental Studies: A Global Perspective Video.
Follow us on Tumblr!
Visit our Tumblr to see examples of the exciting world of Environment and Agriculture that engages our staff and students at Curtin University.